Police appeal following road rage incident in St Albans
A MAN was left with two small cuts on his face following a road rage incident in St Albans last Wednesday (September 14).
The incident happened on Old London Road, between 7.30am and 7.40am.
A man, driving a grey Renault Clio, was pulling out of a junction when he saw a motorcycle approaching and braked to avoid it.
The motorcyclist also stopped and is said to have gone to the front of the car and kicked it, whilst still on his bike.
The offender then pushed himself round to the passenger window and punched through the glass, said police.
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Some of the broken pieces went into the driver’s face and left him with two small cuts.
The motorcyclist then rode off towards the city centre.
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The suspect is described as white and was wearing black motorcycle clothing, with a crash helmet. He was riding a yellow motorcycle.
PC Chris Fisher, investigating, said: “Road rage like this will not be tolerated in Hertfordshire. I would like to appeal to anyone who saw the incident take place to come forward.
“Alternatively, if you can identify the offender, I would also like to hear from you.
Anyone with information should contact PC Fisher via the non-emergency number 101. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.